Advances and challenges in face and gesture based security systems (ACFGSS 2020) Call for Papers

We are organizing a special session on "Advances and challenges in
face and gesture based security systems (ACFGSS 2020)" in conjunction
with the 15th IEEE Conference on Automatic Face and Gesture
Recognition (FG'20) to be held 18-22 May in Buenos Aires,
Argentina. For details see

Papers accepted for the special session will appear in the conference

Important dates:
Submission deadline: 10. December 2019
Paper notification: 15. January 2020
Final camera-ready papers: 28. February 2020

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

    Video based surveillance using face and gesture analysis
    Design and testing of multi-factor authentication systems
    Deep learning based presentation attack detection
    Generalization of presentation attack detection methods to real-world scenarios and systems
    Detecting DeepFakes
    Person Re-identification in the Wild
    Behaviour monitoring
    Face analysis for lie or deceit detection
    Mal-intent detection using behaviour patterns
    Databases on biometric technology, lie detection, and behaviour pattern analysis
    Biometric technology for mobile devices at distance
    Information fusion of biometric modalities
    Privacy and ethics
    Deployment of biometrics in realistic security scenarios
    Ubiquitous biometrics
    Fundamental limits of biometrics (e.g., distinctiveness, permanence)
    Soft biometrics
    Open set recognition
    Fusion and multimodal analysis
    Heterogeneous matching systems,
    Biases in biometrics
    Behavioural biometrics.


    Antitza Dantcheva, INRIA, Team STARS, Sophia Antipolis, France
    S L Happy, INRIA, Team STARS, Sophia Antipolis, France
    Tamara Rezk, INRIA, Team Indes, Sophia Antipolis, France
    Cunjian Chen, Michigan State University, i-PRoBe Lab, East Lansing, USA